A second look at a former president’s jeans.
A replica of the desk where Jimmy Carter made decisions while President.
When in Plains, one has to stop and see the giant smiling peanut.
Yeshua reaches Jerusalem to complete his mission and occupies the Temple.
8 April 2017: The Forum, Norcross, Georgia. The only thing politicians love more than the status quo is an electorate that never questions or violates it. They relish voters who go to the polls from election to election and mindlessly rubber stamp incumbents regardless of the job they’re doing. It means they get to do … Continue reading Status Quo
The Republicans in the South are exactly the same as they’ve always been, only we used to call them Democrats. The South was once a one-party region and that party was the Democrats and they were much more conservative than the most conservative Republican of the time. This was the basis for Nixon’s “Southern Strategy”, … Continue reading Labels
Are people really surprised by what’s happening in this country now? Mass shootings, terrorizing minorities and immigrants, death threats against actors for being in movies; that’s apparently who we are now. It’s not just politics but there’s this toxic hostility in every layer of society. Some of it is warranted, given the many disparities among … Continue reading Disfunction Junction
While many might believe life on Earth would be simpler if we could all be brought together under a single, unifying philosophy, no one can come to any sort of agreement on what that should be. Every social, political, economic, and religious movement since the dawn of civilization has sought to unite people under a common set … Continue reading The End of History
Democrats are just as much to blame for what happened in 2016 as are the Republicans, and in my view more so. They had a golden opportunity against a divided and rudderless Republican party to put forth a candidate from among their younger (meaning less seasoned), more progressive field of politicians, and had they done so, … Continue reading Two-Party Tyranny
In the entire history of the US, no chief executive has ever been removed from office by impeachment. Even though Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were impeached, neither was convicted nor lost his job because of it. Impeachment is a rigid process defined by the Constitution, as anyone old enough to remember the late-90s can … Continue reading Why Trump Won’t be Impeached